This is a resource list of quick links from Special Offerings and Mission Engagement & Support. This list also includes links to other PCUSA agencies and resources.
This is a resource list of quick links from Theology, Formation & Evangelism including 1001 Worshiping Communities, Vital Congregations, Office of Theology and Worship, Christian Formation, Presbyterian Youth and Triennium, Financial Aid for Service.
This is a list of quick links from World Mission Office including Young Adult Volunteers, Mission Co-Workers, and Mission Trip toolkits.
This document and study guide, from the 209th General Assembly (1997), provides an understanding of interfaith prater and celebration from a reformed Christian perspective.
This document provides contact information and other guidance for those who are called to support efforts to help people impacted by the recent ICE raids in Mississippi.
The 202nd General Assembly (1990) adopted the document entitled "Restoring Creation for Ecology and Justice" along with its recommendations. It not only provides a thoughtful review of the deteriorating ecology of our entire world, but also provides guidance for ways in which we can participate in God's redemption of the creation.
This Makers retreat module is for you as a congregational leader to have a tool that equips you and a team for retreat leadership with individual and group creative projects for a camp and conference setting.
This Quicksheet provides practical aids and strategies for those working with colleges students and the trauma of the pandemic.
Here are ideas for hosting an in-person or online Church Family Reunion for youth and their families to reconnect and play.
The purpose of this report is twofold. It is the review committee’s intention not only to fulfill the requirements established by the General Assembly but also to provide a resource that will educate our church on the goals of the National Council of Churches of Christ in the U.S.A. (NCCC) and the nature of the church’s commitment to the NCCC. It is important to remind our church that the NCCC is not just a religious organization but also a council of which we as the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) are members.